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September 18th, 2005, 07:34 PM
OpheliaLoved's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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My dad is a retired firefighter, and growing up I remember him makign this with all of his firefighter friends! It always makes me feel like a kid again when the kitchen smells like this early in the morning! They called it Firehouse Hash:

-One roll of bob evan's sausage (or whatever sausage you prefer, as long as it is in a big roll and not in patties or links!)
-One bag frozen "hash browns" or diced potatoes(make sure they are just plain hasbrowns and not the kidn with the peppers and such)
-6-12 eggs, dependign on how many you're feeding
-American Cheese to taste
-Salt and pepper to taste
-I like to add a bit of dill, but not a lot of people like it!

In a large skillet, begin browning the sausage. In a seperate bowl, scramble the eggs and set aside. Tear/grate cheese at this time also. When meat begins to brown, add the potatoes... use your judgement on this. Some people like lots of potatoes, others not so many! Keep stirring the contents of the pan so the potatoes don't burn. Add seasonings. When potatoes and meat are done, add the eggs (you might need to give them a quick stir first if the whites have seperated) If there is a lot of grease, you can drain it off before adding the eggs. sprinkle the cheese in. cook until eggs are done!

Can be served with waffles, pancakes, or as a stand-alone dish!
-O
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